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.s. owns that title. >> you talk on a cellphone and go on line but the f.b.i. can secretly obtain your records? "7 on your side", one company challenges it. >> its race to the finish for floats in an unusual festival. we'll show you what it's all about coming up. >> and southern california today, a heat wave, l.a. is 103 degrees. >>> here is something you don't think about when you talk to your cellphone. f.b.i. can order a company to secretly handle over your private records. michael finney has the startling report. >> matthews zimmerman is an attorney with the san francisco based electronic frontier foundation. he is representing a phone company that was ordered by the f.b.i. to turn over somebody's records. >> the f.b.i. could be obtaining information about average citizens who actually have no connection to any national security investigation. >> zimmerman can't tell us the name of the company. that is government secret. he can't tell us whose records the f.b.i. wants because that is secret, too. >> and f.b.i. without any kind of court supervision can decide on its own it wants to
the obama administration exactly what happened that night in benghazi and why the f.b.i. still can't get in to investigate the september 11th attacks more than two weeks later. this as we're learning more details how relaxed security appear to have been there. good morning. >> jamie: i'm jamie colby. it's always great to have you here. that deadly terror attack killed four americans, u.s. ambassador chris stevens, two former navy seals and information management officer. peter doocy is live with more on the ongoing investigation. what is the latest. >> reporter: the latest is f.b.i. agents are still within not the city limits of benghazi. so the investigation into the attack has not fully started yet even though it's been 19 days since the attacks. republican senator bob corker who sits on the foreign relations committee is curious that thought it was safe enough for u.s. ambassador to have such lighted security three weeks ago but not safe enough for our best and brightest investigators to work under heavy guard. he wrote a letter to james clapper what has changed in libya that even f.b
, two of the three organizations testifying today did not exist. and the third, the f.b.i., was a very different organization than it is today. focused on domestic crime as it had been for quite a while. obviously in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on america of 9/11, 2001, congress and the executive branch created the department of homeland security and then pursuant to the 9/11 commission recommendation created the national counterterrorism center. the f.b.i. essentially recreated itself into a first rate domestic counterterrorism intelligence agency. in addition to carrying out all its other responsibilities. in his absence we should thank director mueller for what i think is an extraordinary job he's done in overseeing this historic transformation and to thank the two of you, secretary napolitano, and director olsen, for what you have done together these changes represent the most significant reforms of america's national security organizations since the 1940's, at the beginning of the cold war. it's not coincidental since after 9/11 we understood we were facing a very diffe
back and they guess what happened. how would they know? f.b.i. is investigating this. they weren't on the ground. if they knew so much about it, how come cnn got ahold of a diary by the ambassador? it's the most ridiculous concept i've heard. >> eric: so according to our reporter, u.s. officials confirm they had several intelligence assets on the ground, c.i.a. on the ground, sealing to protect assets. understand this. ambassador stevens was killed with another seal. four hours later, two more -- four hours later, two more seals were killed in the annex. in the time between the two, somebody had to know they were being attacked. >> bob: it's not a question they knew they were attacked but to confirm the intelligence agency, that the finding this is a terror cyst attack it's not possible. >> kimberly: it is possible. they had intelligence and reports prior to the ince tent that there was unrest and problems in the area. they knew that. they saw what happened. in 24 hours they labeled this a terrorist attack. let me finish, please. in order to release assets. special forces, seals,
: f.b.i. on the ground in libya hunting those that rioted in been gadz zi. they are stepping up drone flights and sending intelligence agents to search for those suspected of killing ambassador christopher stevens and three other americans. u.s. officials say they have found no evidence pointing to a particular group or indicating the attack was planned. >>> as investigators try to close on in the killers in libya no questions are being raised at home. the white house claiming that there was no actionable intelligence, those are their words, pointing to an attack on the consulate but members of the congress saying there were multiple attacks on diplomatic attacks in benghazi and the consulate was a clear target. molly henneberg has more details from the white house. >> molly: there was an ide attack on that same consulate in benghazi in june. then the red cross in benghazi came under attack in august. they insist the 9/11 was in response to a privately made video posted on youtube in june that though found offensive. here is what part of the president said about it. >> there is no rel
. listen to rush limbaugh. >> the f.b.i. is not even in benghazi to investigate. there is a reason why. here is why the f.b.i. isn't there. the f.b.i. will find out what happened. the regime does not want it reported. the f.b.i. will not lie about what they find. so the regime has to keep them out of there. >> eric: bob? >> bob: that's just tote it will outrageous. i think the idea that the f.b.i. is going along with some coverup -- you know, the fact of the matter is -- >> kimberly: he said the f.b.i. wouldn't go along with a coverup and they are kept out because if they go there they will investigate and find out the truth and get the results, which a little problematic. >> bob: do you think that the f.b.i. would not go because they're told by the regime not to go? >> andrea: everyone knows, bob, you know this better than anyone having the d.c. experience. investigation equals delay. the longer they delay it the better. this is a holder trick to slow everything down. can't get on the ground. >> kimberly: we covered this yesterday. >> bob: we did? that is a long time ago in my mind. >
f.b.i. agent has been to the consulate on benghazi, because of security concerns. those are just some of the new and shocking information we have for you tonight on the rapidly evolving story. here is chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge. >> reporter: two sources tell fox news that within 24 hours of the assault on the u.s. compound in benghazi, the evidence pointed to a terrorist attack carried out by al-qaeda. the u.s. intelligence community had strong leads to indicate the affiliate in north africa, working with a second group that ceased to establish islamic state. "no one believes that mortars and the rpgs were work of mob. no one. " >> it was a terrorist attack. >> reporter: asked when he reached the conclusion the defense secretary was vague. >> day after, or -- >> it took a while to really get the feedback from what exactly happened at that location. >> reporter: in addition to c.i.a. assessment before the acta, security in libya was deteriorating. in august, a defense department report on the rise of al-qaeda in libya there was another warning about islami
, is that on september 11, 2001, two of the three organizations testifying today did not exist. and the third, the f.b.i., was a very different organization than it is today. focused on domestic crime as it had been for quite a while. obviously in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on america of 9/11, 2001, congress and the executive branch created the department of homeland security and then pursuant to the 9/11 commission recommendation created the national counterterrorism center. the f.b.i. essentially recreated itself into a first rate domestic counterterrorism intelligence agency. in addition to carrying out all its other responsibilities. in his absence we should thank director mueller for what i think is an extraordinary job he's done in overseeing this historic transformation and to thank the two of you, secretary napolitano, and director olsen, for what you have done together these changes represent the most significant reforms of america's national security organizations since the 1940's, at the beginning of the cold war. sinceot coincidental after 9/11 we understood we were facing a very
, we are investigating this, closely. the f.b.i. has the lead in the investigation. the information, the best information and the best assessment we have today is that, in fact, this was not a preplanned premeditated attack. what happened initially was it was a spontaneous reaction to what had just transpired in cairo as a consequence of the video. people were gathered outside the embassy and it grew violent and those with extremist ties joined the fray and came with heavy weapons which unfortunately, are quite common in post revolutionary libya. that, then, spun out-of-control attack. we will wait for the results of the investigation. we do not want to jump to conclusions before that. it is important for the american people to know our best current assessment. >>chris: the last question, terror cells in benghazi carried out five attacks since april including one at the same consulate, a bombing at this same consulate, in june. should u.s. security have been tighter at that consulate given the history of terror activity in benghazi? >>guest: obviously we did have a strong security p
reporting handbook. this is produced by the f.b.i. we don't have a choice in how we report crime to the state and to the federal government. and so it's important to understand that as we step through that. step through this. so three of the key agencies involved are the california department of justice. that's the state level. the f.b.i. uniform crime reporting, that's the document i just showed you, that's the federal level. and the white house office of management and budget, who is kind of the group that defines how these categories will be established. so if you look at the racial designation by agency, all three of these agencies define race in the the exact same categories, other than the the white house has recently separated native hawaiian or pacific islander. those are two categories. the state, the federal and the white house are consistent across the board in how they define race, and how they require us to report our arrest statistics to them. so this is sort of the most important concept of what i'm about to present. see you'll notice there is no hispanic on this l
feet away from the scene. you've got some f.b.i. investigators here on the scene. wha we are told is at about 8:00 this evening, u.s. park police stopped a boat. we don't know why this boat was pulled over, but what we do know is the individual that was on the vote is believed to have within armed, possibly with a gun. again, we just found out here a few minutes ago and investiga r investigators are staying very tight-lipped. again, this began about 8:00 this evening. the individual on the boat, possibly armed with a gun. we're in alexandria this evening, back to you. >> more breaking news as the nationwide man hunt for a murder suspect ends in virginia. we've just learned the suspect recently resigned from his job in quantico. >> reporter: a lot of the people that we spoke to tell me that this is the most excitement that they've seen in quite some time. kerry says it was like a scene from a crime show. >> that easterl's exactly what d like, a cop show. >> she watched murder suspect anthony taglioneti. >> federal marshal on the top of him. >> reporter: investigators say they spot
testifying today did not exist. and the third, the f.b.i., was a very different organization than it is today. focused on domestic crime as it had been for quite a while. obviously in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on america of 9/11, 2001, congress and the executive branch created the department of homeland security and then pursuant to the 9/11 commission recommendation created the national counterterrorism center. the f.b.i. essentially recreated itself into a first rate domestic counterterrorism intelligence agency. in addition to carrying out all its other responsibilities. in his absence we should thank director mueller for what i think is an extraordinary job he's done in overseeing this historic transformation and to thank the two of you, secretary napolitano, and director olsen, for what you have done together these changes represent the most significant reforms of america's national security organizations since the 1940's, at the beginning of the cold war. it's not coincidental since after 9/11 we understood we were facing a very different threat to our national security and
's a former assistant director of the f.b.i. and he's been talking to his sources on all of this. john, why has the f.b.i. team not made it to benghazi yet? he the f.b.i. team arrived there ite last week in tripoli, but in talking to the local revernment there-- and that's the way these things go overseas is you are working with the host avernment and the libyans have looked at the situation there and said introducing a couple of ozen americans into a brittle environment back in benghazi into that compound is something that would be pretty tough to tcure. se they keep saying we're srking on it. e opelley: we saw evidence of that in liz's piece just then. s wonder, have the libyans said no to the f.b.i.? that they're not allowed to go there? n you worked in the region there. nobody ever says no to a guest. what they say is "we're working very hard to get you what you went, tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow." wnd there's no reason to doubt their sincerity that they will get them a crime scene in benghazi, which is obviously compromised. but a lot of the action in tripoli, the witnesses who were th
. >>shepard: is the f.b.i. in own this and on the ground? >>reporter: there is a lot of confusion of the salt us of the f.b.i. early today, greg palcot reports the f.b.i. was in tripoli but is not yet in benghazi. there is concern that den days of the assault the crime scene was contaminated. so far the f.b.i. has not responded to that. >>shepard: no response to whether the scene is contaminated in benghazi after ten days. >>reporter: you do not need a response to that. >>shepard: one of the stage crew could come up with that answer. >>reporter: the question is whether they have been there, whether the f.b.i. has been able to get on the ground. the answer may well be, no, the continues have continued to deteriorate. >>shepard: but the press was there. >>reporter: we don't have a whole segment to do that? are you going to open up some time? >>shepard: the resolution was there? >>reporter: that is correct, they were. >>shepard: many libyans condemned the attack on the consequence last and 30,000 strong marched through benghazi demanding that militants lay down their arms. the protests aimed at
to the september 11th attack, we can send f.b.i. agents to florida to check out the flight schools. it was in the united states and we are talking about a place where it is not safe to send an f.b.i. agent. why the f.b.i.? because they do the best forensics. they are best at figuring this stuff out. it is our intelligence and others that put more fact on top of that letting us get to the bottom of this. this is benghazi. you do not just go wandering in with 15 or 20 f.b.i. agent. >>neil: something collapsed but we will find out. you are right, joe. very go to see you. >> i think i know why this guy had to draw pictures for the united nations. a lot them are pretty stupid at the united nations. they can tax your patience especially when they tax your wallet. are you ready ? share everything by turning your smartphone into a mobile hotspot for up to 8 wifi-enabled devices at no extra charge. like the new droid razr m by motorola only $99.99. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insura
, traumatized by the events of 9/11, an airline dispatcher battles for benefits. f.b.i. said today it made a terrorism arrest last night. according to the authorities, an 18-year-old was planning to set off a car bomb outside a downtown bar. the f.b.i. says it was led to the accused man after he posted material online about wanting to kill americans. agents had provided the teen with a fake bomb after they contacted him. the public was never in danger. americans paused this past week to mark the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. nearly 3,000 died. mark strassman reports now on the emotional toll the attacks are still taking on one man at the heart of that day's events. >> i still have, you know, nightmares about it. during the day i still think about it. >> reporter: on 9/11, michael winter was supervising 40 flight controllers for united airlines at its chicago operations center. you knew you were responsible for all those folks. >> yes. >> reporter: you were it? >> the safety and security of all those airplanes was my responsibility. >> reporter: you sent out a dispatch to all united
miller is joining us now. he's a former assistant director of the f.b.i. and he's been talking to his sources on all of this. john, why has the f.b.i. team not made it to benghazi yet? >> the f.b.i. team arrived there late last week in tripoli, but in talking to the local government there-- and that's the way these things go overseas is you are working with the host government and the libyans have looked at the situation there and said introducing a couple of dozen americans into a brittle environment back in benghazi into that compound is something that would be pretty tough to secure. so they keep saying we're working on it. >> pelley: we saw evidence of that in liz's piece just then. i wonder, have the libyans said no to the f.b.i.? that they're not allowed to go there? >> you worked in the region there. nobody ever says no to a guest. what they say is "we're working very hard to get you what you want, tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow." and there's no reason to doubt their sincerity that they will get them a crime scene in benghazi, which is obviously compromised. but a lot of the acti
of the circumstances. >> shep: two weeks later, f.b.i. hasn't been able to get to the scene of the crime. they haven't been able to get to the city? >> reporter: they say the f.b.i. investigation needs to play out. there are no f.b.i. agents on the ground in benghazi because the security situation is too ten us on. the chairman of homeland security it smacks of a pre-9/11 mind set. >> one thing we learned back on september 11th, no longer assume these are criminal matters, they are terrorists, terrorist attacks. >> reporter: and late today the democrats on the senate foreign relations committee sent this to the deputy secretary of state. for more information on the attacks and security arrangements neither the u.s. or libyan government had intelligence prior to the attacks. >> shep: the leader of israel delivered a warning to the world only months remain to stop iran from developing a nuclear bomb. benjamin netanyahu spoke this afternoon. his comments come one day after iran's president addressed the same leaders at the u.n. and today the israeli prime minister warned that iran could enter the final
this home. and we're learning that the f.b.i. is helping out with the investigation. >> i'm just waiting to wake up. i hope this is a horrible dream. >> reporter: irma gaither's life has been a nightmare for two and a half weeks. >> it's been really tough. really tough. >> so what can you tell us about that night? >> reporter: tonight, prince county georges police listened. they said this was not a random murder and they brought in an f.b.i. crime analyst to help. >> right now, we do not have an exact suspect description that we can share with you. >> reporter: police say they're working leads but won't tell us what they are. on august 22nd, the masked gunman kicked down the door, went to amber's bedroom and shot her. two women and a child were also in the house but they weren't hurt. >> reporter: do you think she was the intended target? >> i don't know. i hope not. i hope to got not. >> reporter: for the first time, amber's mom tells me some people hated her daughter's success. she was an honor student. a model who dreamed of going to harvard. >> people very jealous and en envious. she
security. behind the scenes, an f.b.i. team is preparing to fly to benghazi to investigate the attack. the compound behind these walls is the major crime scene, but any evidence left inside will have been badly contaminated by the looters and the curious local people who flooded in after the attack. here's what eyewitnesses, officials and libyan commanders in charge that night have told us. sometime around 9:30 p.m., about 70 armed men attacked the consulate's main gates with guns and heavy weapons. they then stormed in, overwhelming local and american security. with all four buildings on fire, the libyan government ordered a local militia to the rescue. that militia helped to ferry 31 americans and the body of sean smith out the back gate in armored cars to a house a mile away rented by the u.s. government. shortly afterwards, it, too, came under fierce attack. what we still don't know is how, back at the compound, ambassador stevens got separated from his security detail only to be found dead or dying just after midnight by the crowd. suspicion for the attack is focused on a powerfu
. brother but if you friends, he was their as well. in overnment officials here . agents say f.b.i will he new york office be arriving in libya to assist with the investigation. news. labanji, abc 7 count on the "good morning washington" team to keep speed.to constantly updating facebook and twitter. a man who planned to kill bomb the a plot to will be sentenced .oday h undercover f.b.i. his parents id receive up to $1,000 after attacks. ed the arrested in he showed up at the apital wearing a vest. a tribute planned at central. ross, the 18-year-old death tuesday orning as he walked to school. the latest on the outpouringon and the emotion from the community. month ol started about a here in prince george's have been students murdered. oth cases are wide open. of a central rder days chool student, three still no motive. o arrests. marckel ross was simply walking to chool. school uniform with bag.chool book and raw emotions at a night. ght vigi friends and relatives up.ed junior, a member of the a member of the rotc nd aspiring model. family met with prince hoping to get prevent this ntere
that baffled authorities for years. now the f.b.i. is asking for your help in tracking down the person they say has been sending out dozens of powder filled letters claimed to be laced with anthrax. anna kooiman live in our new york news remain with hour. >> the f.b.i.'s profile of the person sending powder filled threatens letters over the last 15 years points a syracuse area man who is at least 35 years old. they believe the suspect has had significant contact with the mental health system and may have difficulty functioning independently. the f.b.i. has released two pictures of sections of the letters believe someone will recognize this handwriting. they generally start with, the paper you are now holding has been thoroughly saturated with thorax and you will soon die. they are referencing topics ranging from things like aids to abortion rights, to 9-11 conspiracy theories and the oppression of muslim. >> it may seem bizarre, somewhat unusual. they may be very disjointed thoughts, but to this person, they can be very real. they can be so extreme they may even be delusional. >> according to t
. "helping." f.b.i. and others are on the ground in the early stages of the investigation. top priority here? find out whether the strike on the consulate was a planned assault by terrorists rather than a rampageing mob angry other antimuslim video. catherine is in washington, dc, first on the reported arrests. >> this afternoon, the intelligence community is trying to knock down the report. this question was put to the state department. i saw the press reports before i came down. i was not able to confirm them. obviously, it would be a good thing if we are moving forward on this. >> the state department confirmed the investigation in benghazi at consulate is led by the libyan authorities with f.b.i. agents on the ground because american citizens are dead. at least publicly the state department remains cautious when it comes to assigning blame. fox is told that two groups are part of the universe of suspects in the libyan attacks affiliated with al qaeda, the affiliate in north africa. one is the lifg, the libyan islamic fighting group banned under qadaffi and the other is a group, too, that
question to kimberly. a question that catherine herridge on fox news has been asking over and over is the f.b.i. going there? why haven't they arrived yet? is it because it's unsafe? what is the other reason if you are the administration you want the f.b.i. investigating this? >> kimberly: this is their dog and pony show. instead of handling this through the military division they will handle it as a law enforcement problem. send the f.b.i. there. that means if they get anybody they want to question and integait, they will go, here is a happy meal. we'll bring you back and try you here. the wrong way to approach this situation. >> dana: it has happened before. at fort hood. >> kimberly: it has happened before. we've seen the epeck fail by the administration and holder of department of injustice. they don't know how to manage this. they are lacking. they are not respected in the middle east. now seeing weakened position internationally. if you look in the the violence erupting in different spots if this was president bush in the past administration, calls for him to be thrown out of office. >> d
not say. they said they were waiting for more facts. let the f.b.i. investigation move forward. but the news organization found the diary, but the f.b.i. could not? >>shepard: welcome to new york, ed. a crack down in libya on the mily i can'ts -- militias with the libyan army reporting they raided several outposts removing the leaders of two power will militant groups. yesterday the libyan president ordered the militias to submit to government control or break apart entirely. the libyan leader seizing on the i i growing outrage. on friday tens of thousands condemned the deaths and those who killed them of the well liked ambassador, chris stevens, and three others, the outcry that secretary of state, hillary clinton praised. >> the people of benghazi sent this message loudly and clearly on friday when they forcefully rejected the extremists in their midst and reclaimed the honor and dignity of a courageous city. >>shepard: there are still big questions as to whether the libyan government has the muscle to get the army, rather, the militias under control. on top of that, the gove
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